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  • Success Tips on Phone Interview for Home Tutors

    Posted by on Mar 8, 2015

    Over the years, phone interview plays an important preliminary step which allows an employer or recruiter to give candidate the once-over and arrange an in-person interview. These days, parents tend to screen their home tutors by conducting a phone interview to pose academic related questions previously preempted for the first tuition lesson or meet-up. Home tutors may be asked to discuss their full tuition histories including their tutoring experiences gained from different types or levels of students. Home tutors may also be expected to brief the parents on how they would handle or coach their children. Basically, in the modern society today, almost in every household, both parents are working, leaving their children to caretakers or grandparents etc. As such, parents have to know in details on how their new home tutors would be guiding their children in the near future.

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  • Singapore Tuition Agency - A Booming Trend

    Posted by on Mar 8, 2015

    Children in Singapore are encouraged to be good in academics. As a student you tend to learn new things, formulas, sums at school daily which may leave a lot of doubt in your mind. This is where your Singapore Tuition Agency comes into the picture. As the providers of tutoring services in Singapore, these Singapore tuition agencies are equipped with qualified and certified teachers and professionals. The students are given personal care and guidance so as to cater to their doubts and problems one on one basis. The private tutors from Singapore tuition agency arrange student as per their knowledge and skill level and then make them do engaging assignments so as to sharpen their study skills. The children are given regular classes, practice sessions and revision classes with simple to rigorous sums to make them well prepare for exams. Besides, private tuition from Singapore tuition agency actually helps them overcome and improve many personality issues.

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  • Why does one-to-one Private maths tuition work?

    Posted by on Mar 8, 2015

    Private tuition, once reserved solely for the privileged few, is now more accessible than it has ever been. Parents have been shown to be willing to spend up to more in their child’s education. The government were so convinced by the power of private tuition. They decided to invest millions into the one-to-one tuition program in schools. So we know that private maths tuition works, but why? In this article I’ll break down six crucial factors driving the success behind private tuition. We each learn differently at different times in our lives. One-to-one means just that, one private tutor, one student. Each student receives both unique focus and unique attention. Private tuition becomes personal to the learner, and this factor is crucial not only in determining how much an individual learns, but also the depth to which they learn. Private tuition is a personal experience.

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  • test The Inside Scoop on How to Write A Profile that Will Get You Hired As a Tuition Teacher

    Posted by on Mar 8, 2015

    There's an old cliche that says "You never get a second chance to make a first impression" and when you apply for tuition jobs, your profile can make or break your chances of getting an interview and ultimately the tuition job you want. You should highlight any and all teaching experience, training experience, and private or tuition centre experience you have. You must also be prepared to provide personal information that is not typically required, including your racial background, nationality, your age, and your marital status.

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  • English Tutoring Strategies for the Primary Grades

    Posted by on Mar 8, 2015

    Whether reading to a child, sharing reading, or listening to a child read aloud, there are many strategies a English tutor can use to improve the skills of a young reader. Learn about the strategies – from modeling to KWL – that are useful for tutoring children in grades one through three. In grades one through three – the primary grades – children learn about language and literacy through exploration. Within this age group, children's reading and writing skills vary greatly. A few children will enter first grade able to read with considerable fluency. Some children will learn to read and write with ease. Others need the one-on-one attention of an English tutor to develop an understanding of basic concepts, build specific skills, gain confidence, and become motivated to read and write.

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